Fastest integrated graphics ever - leaderboard 2022

We have collected the fastest processors with integrated graphics for you in this constantly updated list of the best. The graphics unit of these CPUs has enough power for modern games in medium resolutions or details.
1.
Apple M1 Ultra (64-GPU)
Apple M1 Ultra (64-GPU)
20 Cores @ 3.20 GHz, 60 W
Release date: Q1/2022
2.
Apple M1 Ultra (48-GPU)
Apple M1 Ultra (48-GPU)
20 Cores @ 3.20 GHz, 60 W
Release date: Q1/2022
3.
Apple M1 Max (32-GPU)
Apple M1 Max (32-GPU)
10 Cores @ 3.20 GHz, 30 W
Release date: Q3/2021
4.
Apple M1 Max (24-GPU)
Apple M1 Max (24-GPU)
10 Cores @ 3.20 GHz, 30 W
Release date: Q3/2021
5.
Apple M1 Pro (10-CPU 16-GPU)
Apple M1 Pro (10-CPU 16-GPU)
10 Cores @ 3.20 GHz, 30 W
Release date: Q3/2021
6.
Apple M1 Pro (10-CPU 14-GPU)
Apple M1 Pro (10-CPU 14-GPU)
10 Cores @ 3.20 GHz, 30 W
Release date: Q3/2021
7.
Apple M1 Pro (8-CPU)
Apple M1 Pro (8-CPU)
8 Cores @ 3.20 GHz, 30 W
Release date: Q3/2021
8.
AMD Ryzen 7 6800HS
AMD Ryzen 7 6800HS
8 Cores @ 3.20 GHz, 35 W
Release date: Q1/2022
9.
AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 6850HS
AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 6850HS
8 Cores @ 3.20 GHz, 35 W
Release date: Q2/2022
10.
AMD Ryzen 9 6900HS
AMD Ryzen 9 6900HS
8 Cores @ 3.00 GHz, 35 W
Release date: Q1/2022
11.
AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX
AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX
8 Cores @ 3.30 GHz, 45 W
Release date: Q1/2022
12.
AMD Ryzen 9 6980HS
AMD Ryzen 9 6980HS
8 Cores @ 3.30 GHz, 35 W
Release date: Q1/2022
13.
AMD Ryzen 9 6980HX
AMD Ryzen 9 6980HX
8 Cores @ 3.30 GHz, 45 W
Release date: Q1/2022
14.
AMD Ryzen 9 PRO 6950H
AMD Ryzen 9 PRO 6950H
8 Cores @ 3.30 GHz, 45 W
Release date: Q2/2022
15.
AMD Ryzen 9 PRO 6950HS
AMD Ryzen 9 PRO 6950HS
8 Cores @ 3.30 GHz, 35 W
Release date: Q2/2022
16.
Intel Core i7-8709G
Intel Core i7-8709G
4 Cores @ 3.10 GHz, 100 W
Release date: Q1/2018

Find the best processor

It's not always easy to find the best processor for your needs. While many visitors only pay attention to the theoretical speed of a processor, others want to read detailed test reports that also deal with the processor's speed in practice. Therefore, we have collected a large number of benchmarks in order to meet as many requirements as possible.

We have not only listed our results for you in map form at the top of this page, but also in a clear table at the bottom of this page. So everyone can quickly find their way around and find the best processor for themselves.

Advantages of a fast iGPU

The advantages of fast integrated graphics are obvious: many games can be played smoothly even without using an additional (dedicated) graphics card. In addition, the computing power in professional applications in CAD or photography is greatly improved. A fast iGPU should not be underestimated, even if a dedicated graphics card is currently significantly faster.

Incidentally, the speed of a fast integrated graphics in a processor depends very much on the speed with which the processor connects the main memory. Modern processors usually use LPDDR5 memory for this. LPDDR memory is particularly efficient because it works with a reduced electrical voltage. In the end, this is where memory bandwidth has the biggest impact on integrated graphics performance.

List of the fastest iGPUs

In this list we have once again collected the processors with the fastest integrated graphics of all time for you. The list is sorted by the theoretical FP32 performance of the iGPU computing power in single precision. The processors are almost exclusively mobile processors, since desktop processors can usually be equipped with a dedicated graphics card at lower cost.
Processor Socket TDP Memory
Apple M1 Ultra (64-GPU) Apple M1 Ultra (64-GPU)
20C 20T @ 3.20 GHz
N/A 60 W LPDDR5-6400
Apple M1 Ultra (48-GPU) Apple M1 Ultra (48-GPU)
20C 20T @ 3.20 GHz
N/A 60 W LPDDR5-6400
Apple M1 Max (32-GPU) Apple M1 Max (32-GPU)
10C 10T @ 3.20 GHz
N/A 30 W LPDDR5-6400
Apple M1 Max (24-GPU) Apple M1 Max (24-GPU)
10C 10T @ 3.20 GHz
N/A 30 W LPDDR5-6400
Apple M1 Pro (10-CPU 16-GPU) Apple M1 Pro (10-CPU 16-GPU)
10C 10T @ 3.20 GHz
N/A 30 W LPDDR5-6400
Apple M1 Pro (10-CPU 14-GPU) Apple M1 Pro (10-CPU 14-GPU)
10C 10T @ 3.20 GHz
N/A 30 W LPDDR5-6400
Apple M1 Pro (8-CPU) Apple M1 Pro (8-CPU)
8C 8T @ 3.20 GHz
N/A 30 W LPDDR5-6400
AMD Ryzen 7 6800HS AMD Ryzen 7 6800HS
8C 16T @ 3.20 GHz
FP7 35 W DDR5-4800, LPDDR5-6400
AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 6850HS AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 6850HS
8C 16T @ 3.20 GHz
FP7 35 W DDR5-4800, LPDDR5-6400
AMD Ryzen 9 6900HS AMD Ryzen 9 6900HS
8C 16T @ 3.00 GHz
FP7 35 W DDR5-4800, LPDDR5-6400
AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX
8C 16T @ 3.30 GHz
FP7 45 W DDR5-4800, LPDDR5-6400
AMD Ryzen 9 6980HS AMD Ryzen 9 6980HS
8C 16T @ 3.30 GHz
FP7 35 W DDR5-4800, LPDDR5-6400
AMD Ryzen 9 6980HX AMD Ryzen 9 6980HX
8C 16T @ 3.30 GHz
FP7 45 W DDR5-4800, LPDDR5-6400
AMD Ryzen 9 PRO 6950H AMD Ryzen 9 PRO 6950H
8C 16T @ 3.30 GHz
FP7 45 W DDR5-4800, LPDDR5-6400
AMD Ryzen 9 PRO 6950HS AMD Ryzen 9 PRO 6950HS
8C 16T @ 3.30 GHz
FP7 35 W DDR5-4800, LPDDR5-6400
Intel Core i7-8709G Intel Core i7-8709G
4C 8T @ 3.10 GHz
BGA 2270 100 W DDR4-2400 SO-DIMM



back to index